I arrived at this location after visiting a farmer near by. This location requires a hunting or fishing permit to visit. By having such a license you can visit exclusive shooting ranges only for registered hunters and fishermen.
This location, the Wildcat Creek Campground is similar though there is no shooting range at this site. Though during hunting season this area can be hunted, judging by the signs at the trailhead.
I start off the walk by visiting the campsites, I believe you must register online to use them. Though there were many others scattered throughout the location that I think are first come first serve.
I follow the creek down the walking trails and come across a dam, maybe just piled up trees or maybe from Beavers. I did not see any chewing marks on trees so I think may be just storm debris.
I cross a bridge that seems pretty old, it has alot of flex so it. I saw a baby Mantis on the bridge though my camera spooked it and it fled.
A Damsel Fly let me take some video of it before it took off. And walking further down the trail I came across a large Red Pine. I placed my hand on it for comparison, it was huge.
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